The third one-day international between Bangladesh and India was abandoned as a no result, leaving India as 2-0 series winners.
The tourists, who remarkably defended 106 to win the second game on Tuesday, were listing again at 119-9 when rain set in in Dhaka, preventing any further play.
Shakib Al Hasan took 3-27 and Taskin Ahmed 2-15, while Cheteshwar Pujara's 27 was India's highest score. Suresh Raina and Stuart Binny added 25 apiece, with the latter unbeaten.
Binny had returned astonishing figures of six for four as Bangladesh were skittled for 58 on Tuesday to give India a 47-run win, after they won the series opener by seven wickets. Both winning margins were calculated using the Duckworth-Lewis method as Bangladesh's monsoon season ruined the series.